Garth Brooks is one of music industry's most successful artists. He hasn't played in the Pacific Northwest since 1998.
It has been 19 years since country music superstar Garth Brooks last played a show in the Seattle area. The drought is over. Brooks, along with his wife Trisha Yearwood, will play the Tacoma Dome on Nov. 4.
Brooks is the best-selling solo album artist in the United States with 148 million domestic units sold, an accomplishment that puts him ahead of Elvis Presley. The last time Brooks played Seattle in 1998 he sold out an unprecedented six shows at KeyArena. Brooks’ most recognized hit is 1990s No. 1 “Friends in Low Places.”
Yearwood, a member of the Grand Ole Opry, had a breakout hit in 1991 with “She’s in Love with the Boy.” She has also appeared in numerous film and television roles, including “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen,” which premiered on the Food Network in 2012.
Tickets start at $64.73 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 29 via Ticketmaster.com.
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